circos.link {circlize} | R Documentation |

Draw links between points or/and intervals

circos.link( sector.index1, point1, sector.index2, point2, rou = get_most_inside_radius(), rou1 = rou, rou2 = rou, h = NULL, h.ratio = 0.5, w = 1, h2 = h, w2 = w, inverse = FALSE, col = "black", lwd = par("lwd"), lty = par("lty"), border = col, directional = 0, arr.length = ifelse(arr.type == "big.arrow", 0.02, 0.4), arr.width = arr.length/2, arr.type = "triangle", arr.lty = lty, arr.lwd = lwd, arr.col = col, reduce_to_mid_line = FALSE)

`sector.index1` |
Index for the first sector where one link end locates |

`point1` |
A single value or a numeric vector of length 2. If it is a 2-elements vector, then the link would be a belt/ribbon. |

`sector.index2` |
Index for the other sector where the other link end locates |

`point2` |
A single value or a numeric vector of length 2. If it is a 2-elements vector, then the link would be a belt/ribbon. |

`rou` |
The position of the the link ends (if |

`rou1` |
The position of end 1 of the link. |

`rou2` |
The position of end 2 of the link. |

`h` |
Height of the link, measured as percent to the radius to the unit circle. By default it is automatically infered. |

`h.ratio` |
systematically change the link height. The value is between 0 and 1. |

`w` |
Since the link is a Bezier curve, it controls the shape of Bezier curve. |

`h2` |
Height of the bottom edge of the link if it is a ribbon. |

`w2` |
Shape of the bottom edge of the link if it is a ribbon. |

`inverse` |
Whether the link is inversed. |

`col` |
Color of the link. If the link is a ribbon, then it is the filled color for the ribbon. |

`lwd` |
Line (or border) width |

`lty` |
Line (or border) style |

`border` |
If the link is a ribbon, then it is the color for the ribbon border. |

`directional` |
0 for no direction, 1 for direction from |

`arr.width` |
Width of the arrows, pass to |

`arr.type` |
Type of the arrows, pass to |

`arr.length` |
Length of the arrows, measured in 'cm', pass to |

`arr.col` |
Color of the arrows, pass to |

`arr.lwd` |
Line width of arrows, pass to |

`arr.lty` |
Line type of arrows, pass to |

`reduce_to_mid_line` |
Only use the middle points of |

Links are implemented as quadratic Bezier curves (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A9zier_curve#Rational_B.C3.A9zier_curves ).

Drawing links does not create any track. So you can think it is independent of the tracks.

By default you only need to set `sector.index1`

, `point1`

, `sector.index2`

and `point2`

. The
links would look nice.

Please refer to the vignette for detailed explanation.

https://jokergoo.github.io/circlize_book/book/graphics.html#links

# There is no example NULL

[Package *circlize* version 0.4.13 Index]